tv WBZ News CBS January 6, 2016 11:00pm-11:35pm EST
we begin tonight with an i- team investigation. a scandal eddie north shore high school the forrester principal to suddenly resign. wbz has learned he was caught in an online staying. >> the principle is accused of having explicit conversations with whom he thought was a young girl. ryan kath has more. >> reporter: since his mysterious resignation in november, administrators have been tightlipped but this police report sheds more light on why the principle stepped down. district leaders put edwards merrick on leave and by the next week he was off the job.
say it was related to computer. the former principal never responded when wbz tried talking to him and his home. speculate. >> no one knows for sure. what's going on. >> reporter: but a police report reveals edward rozmiarek was nabbed in an online staying caught having explicit conversations with who he thought was a 13-year-old girl. according to the report, he introduced himself as a high school principal but a regular guy any chat room. when asked why police what he was doing it, he allegedly said because it's exciting. despite the behavior, essex county told the -- told us the principle will not face criminal charges. jonathan blodgett said in not charging mr. edward rozmiarek, the das office does not suggest his activity was appropriate. but it does not cross the criminal line. the superintendent describes
far worse than the hazing incident that resulted in the forfeit -- in the football team forfeiting a game. the superintendent delivered this no trespassing order on all school district property. we are following a developing story out of kingston where fire badly damaged an italian restaurant with customers inside at the time. the good news is everyone made it out safely. the fire broke out at carmel was -- carmella's. no injuries and so far, no cause. on the rat 11:00, desperate call for help from firefighters trapped in a burning building. >> i heard him panting on the window to break it. >> now, the lifesaving rescue with seconds to spare. all three of those men made it out alive thanks to fellow
>> reporter: police made the call that the whole house had to be demolished and wrecking crews have been making quick work of that order. when the fire here was at its worst early this morning, it went to three lines and came dangerously close to taking three lives.>> mayday mayday mayday. >> reporter: these are men used to working under stress yet you can still hear the terror in their voices. >> mayday on the fire ground. >> reporter: this mayday call as a trio of firefighters found themselves trapped, overcome by heat and flames, battling this raging house fire on essex street. >> firefighters on scene definitely save their lives. >>reporter: gregory jean from maldon was one of the rescuers. >> i heard him pounding the window trying to break it. i reached in and said give me your hand, brother. >> reporter: gregory jean says
to respond so fast. >> i turned her -- i turned around and the room was totally engulfed. he said he saved my life. i embraced him and just went back to working, doing what we are supposed to do.>> just one of those things that makes the hair on the back of your neck stand. it was so close and it could have been worse. >>reporter: chris rizza also found himself helping one of his on. >> he honestly thought he was going to die and he might not make it out. he was running really low on air. he thought he had a couple seconds left of air and that would be it took -- be it. >> reporter: given how intense those moments were, it's remarkable to report tonight at all three of those firefighters who were trapped inside are going to be okay. just minor burns and minor injuries for all. >> so lucky.
this tractor-trailer fire shut down the entire row during the evening rush. once crews put out the flames, lanes slowly reopened. nobody got hurt. new at 11:00, fall from grace. the hottest holiday gift: the hover board. it has been banned from a local college and a doctor says he has seen a lot of adults getting hurt. kate merrill is live in boston with more. >> reporter: emerson college is saying leave those hoverboards at home or they will take them away. they are worried about fire an injury. local doctors say that's a good call. >> when they land, their landing right here on the base of the spine. >> reporter: doctor peter martoni is starting to notice a post holiday trend. >> a hover board accident? was a hover board accident? >> reporter: since christmas,
treated at least six kids after hover board accidents. >> mostly wrist injuries or back injuries from the hover board flying and they are going radically and landing on the floor. >> reporter: but the concern extends beyond injuries. batteries. dozens have caught fire. amazon has stopped selling them but now emerson college is taking it even further and kibbe -- taking them to the board. -- taking -- kicking to the curb . they are worried about fire risk. >> i would rather not have my dorm burned down from a hover board but at the same time they are pretty fun. >> reporter: fun or not, students admit it's a good call and they are on board. >> i think it makes sense why they would choose to be cautious about it rather than letting them go on campus and then having someone get hurt.
who rides one and it's really obnoxious. i don't mind that we are basically getting rid of this. >> reporter: emerson college is not alone. a dozen other colleges have banned them as well as have airlines and the country of australia is considering a ban. tonight, the mother of a little girl whose body washed ashore on deer island is now facing formal charges for helping her boyfriend get rid of the body. she pleaded not guilty. at rachelle bond's court appearance, prosecutors also revealed that bond was with michael mccarthy when he put baby bella's body any duffel bags come awaited it down and threw it in the ocean. she is also charged with larceny for taking money on her daughter's behalf from the state when she knew the girl was dead. bill cosby will not face sexual assault charges in los angeles. two women came forward accusing the comedian of abusing them several years ago when they
there just is not enough evidence to charge cosby and too much time has passed. cosby is facing charges in prosecutors in philadelphia say he drug and assaulted a woman in his home in 2004. did they were not? north korea is claiming they successfully detonated a hydrogen bomb tonight, the white house is disputing those korea actually has the technology to pull it off. >> there's nothing that has occurred in the last 24 hours that has caused the u.s. government to change our assessment of north korea's technical and military capabilities wreck >> the announcement prompted an emergency meeting of the un security council and could result in whitening sanctions against north korea. joe biden's revelation. tonight, the vice president says he regrets not running for president every day but believes he made the right decision for himself and his family. he says he plans to be very
new trouble for tripole. the restaurant chain is now part of a criminal investigation for the nora virus outbreak in california. nora virus also sickened 140 people in cleveland circle last month although that is not part of that criminal case. meantime, chipotle says its sales have plunged 30% over the last month. macy's is announcing tonight it's shutting down more than 4000 jobs. they are closing dozens of stores nationwide including two macy locations -- macy's locations in western massachusetts. the department stores blames the cuts on for holiday sales. who wants to be a megamillion are? the jumbo jackpot for tonight's powerball drawing is an estimated $500 million.>> and we just got the numbers. peer they are. 2, 11, 47, 62, 63 in the powerball 17. the odds of winning are not in your favor
here's katie price with the states -- steps to take if you struck it rich tonight. >> what would you do? if you hit it big. >> all kinds of donations left and right and taking care of my kids. >> reporter: say $500 million before taxes?>> quit my job and move. >> reporter: this chief financial officer says wait. the money isn't going anywhere. if you take the lump sum payment, you are looking at a number that's hard to wrap your head around.>> $1 million for 25 years.>> my husband and i would split it with a lot of family members. >> reporter: before you start calling everyone on speed dial -- >> find that person you trust and even if someone isn't religious, go to a priest, rabbi, a minister and say i need to talk to somebody before i really go down this road. >> reporter: then, it's on to
an accountant. >> be smart enough to know what you don't know. you need people around you that you trust. >> reporter: don't let the numbers go to your head. >> i would need all that money. is usually one person that wins all the time but you can spend that in a lifetime. >> reporter: it's perhaps easier to lose than it was to win.>> lucky numbers. >> reporter: he says look at it like this. if you suddenly find yourself with that much money, it's like becoming an institution overnight so make sure your personal game plan is in order before you start writing any checks. the lottery brings us our number of the night, $656 million. that's the biggest lottery jackpot ever won. it happened during the mega millions jackpot during march 2012. since we already know we didn't win, i guess we can hope we will have and other crack later in the week. >> we don't have to worry about
>> we will be here at least for the rest of the show. a father is serious after an operating counter in the airport. >> agents cut putting down his young daughter. what they found in her bag that >> that search. a site every patriots fan is happy to see. what tom brady is revealing about his health tonight. high-tech horrors. john kelly with a closer look at the risks we face from our gadgets. as allies, a lot of rain
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$50,000. >> it's going to be her will not to get discouraged. it's great there is such a strong support network. >> how the accident happened is still unclear. however, there were still some concerns about ice conditions because they were outside on a sunny day. new tonight, father's fears had the tsa for passing down his 10-year-old daughter. the family was flying home through north carolina. the father became so angry when this happened, he recorded the whole thing on his cell phone. agents stuff the girl because she didn't take a juice box out of her luggage. many agree the girl was no threat and the agents went too far by the tsa is defending its decision to first car. we came of from the single digits and we are sort of out of winter for a few days. >> it feels like a whole new season. >> after the 20s, and single digits at night, we saw a big change.
afternoon. a really dry air mass in place. we will stay above average through the weekend but it's the coldest time of year. even above average means some ice. freezing drizzle is possible. that could make things slick friday and saturday. a bigger storm on sunday. maybe even some record highs as well. look at this time compared to this time last night. 200 warmer in chatham, lawrence, 110 warmer. tonight, still wintry but not as harsh. upper tween -- upper teens to 20s tomorrow when you wake up. tomorrow is looking like the carbon copy of today. teams to low 20s tomorrow, hats and gloves necessary. a good rebound into the 40s once again with lots of sunshine and high winds.
should be comfortable by lunch. again, very light winds. that makes a big difference. for the evening, sunset at 4:28 pm. quiet conditions for your thursday. highs near 450 in boston, 440 in plymouth. providence up around 440. i wouldn't call it warm, but comfy. friday, winds move out of the north and east and you will see this plume of cloud cover starting to expand across the region. if you're near the coastline, it will be near 400 but many inland areas will stay in the 30s. as we head into the evening and overnight hours, the future model is not showing much precipitation but i think there will be some spotty, freezing drizzle, sleet pellets and a lot of clouds. we probably won't see the sun. looking at areas of concern, very light. not a storm system but if you're looking at putting down salt or sand, that may be
areas farther north. now, the bigger storm develops on sunday. this is what we call an inside runner moving off to our west. it brings all sorts of mild air. heavy rainfall and strong winds. maybe even a couple thunderstorms will develop on wednesday. 1- 1.5 inches of total rainfall with this one. it drags in enough warmth that we may set some record highs. to recap the weekend, upper 30s to low 40s with freezing drizzle, if you snowflakes inland. sunday, in the 50s. right now, it looks like especially the first half of the day. here's your seven-day forecast. next week, dry start monday and tuesday. we are watching wednesday. a storm develops near the coastline. there is a chance of snow. but it may miss us.
grief tonight from his neighbors and providence where he lives over a temporary carport that he put up in his driveway. neighbors complain it's a blemish on the community's historic atmosphere. it's supposed to come down in february but he says he needs it so he doesn't have to shovel out because he will be late for practice. >> we don't want him to be late for practice. maybe you can improve on perfection. >> kathryn hauser shows us as much as we love jeans, an mit professor says a little science could make them even better. >> reporter: genes work well on a construction site but not office. >> you're sitting in your office all day long and they bunch a little bit. >> there are a variety of modifications in the design around the knee. >> reporter: and just about
codesigned by alazar middlemen. >> most genes are built to fit sitting. most none of us have genes tailored. the zippers on the back are an innovative design. >>reporter: he collaborated with designers and portugal's meant for people -- with designers in portugal for genes meant for people who sit most of the day. >> the waistband has elasticity where it needs to have elasticity. >> reporter: and giving you a little more breathing room. >> correct. they are a dynamic fit. that means when you said, very many components of the genes move with you. >> reporter: that means more comfort for office workers who sit an average of nine hours per day. but this project started as a way to give wheelchair dependent people close that are fit -- safe. genes don't bunch up -- of these genes don't bunch up behind the knee. >> it can be unsafe.
irritation for -- a to people with poor circulation or diabetes developing sores that never heal. >> reporter: changing up everyday jeans could just be the start of how clothing and materials can improve our lives. >> you could certainly embed all kinds of sensors in them and even give something or embed something that was itself therapeutic. >> reporter: right now, an office worker like maria is just intrigued by a better fit. >> comfort is the most important piece of office attire for me. well, they fought till the end. >> was setting up for the celtics? marco rubio was missing - fundraising in california instead. two weeks
later, terrorists struck again in san bernardino... and where was marco? fundraising again in new orleans. over the last 3 years, rubio has missed important national security hearings and missed more total votes
>> you bring up a good point. the celtics had a 13 point lead but they let it slip away. they were outscored 33--- outscored 33-19. all the starters were in double figures and they still lost. the celtics played a solid first-quarter, though. coach stan van gundy clearly not happy with his team's defense. look at that expression. finished the game three for 22. they missed the last three pointer tribe. is ugly when they can't hit them. fourth quarter, a few minutes ago. celtics up one. thomas scored the last 15 points of the game. but the pistons hung around all game long and with a one point
finds an open. pistons up four. celtics right back in action tomorrow night in chicago against the bulls. reporter: patriots back on the practice field today. this was nice to see. tom brady was reportedly strained -- with a reportedly strained ankle was jogging at the beginning of practice. in a press conference this morning, he said he is feeling better. he says despite the injury, his frame of mind is right where it needs to be. >> mentally, i am ready to go. physically, you always want to feel your best. you just have to work so you can do the right things to get to that point. that's where i feel like i am at. >> reporter: meanwhile, espn is reporting coordinator josh mcdaniels is interested in the titans head coach position. tennessee owns the topic in the 2016 draft. mcdaniels name has also
diamond we go. reporter: mike piazza and ken griffey junior admitted to the hall of fame. ken griffey junior received 99.3% of the votes, a first- ever record mike piazza received 83% of the vote holding an all-time record of home runs cut by the catcher. he also finished with a 308 batting average. some notable names that did not get the required 75%, curt schilling but his numbers are rising quickly. roger clemens, barry bonds now 44.3% and jeff bagwell just 15 votes shy. and two berlin notes. -- was selected to play in the all-star game for the second time and zach sill was suspended for two games for his hit on adam mcquaid. there's still no update on his
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despite obvious risks. did seem to bring multiple drones your neighborhood? he did to mine and now when i walk the dog, we keep a nervous i to the sky. the backlash against hoverboards is already underway and not a moment too soon or too quickly if you are an orthopedic surgeon who needs work. the driverless car now seems inevitable despite some obvious questions. >> how does the car know it's red? does it have a camera? >> the traffic light communicates through wi-fi. >> reporter: what could possibly go wrong? we face a choice. go blindly forward into gadget world or stop and think. >> they assure me it's not going to break. i just had an appendicitis and i don't want to go back to the hospital. >> there is a smart guy. i get it, these gadgets are cool but at what cost?
growing up, i thought we would be all for it. >> i would rather not walk into a wall. thank you. cordes: most nurses are tough. they're problem-solvers. they like making things better.
people don't have access to healthcare because they just can't afford it. bernie sanders understands how pharmaceutical companies and major medical companies are ripping us off. bernie tells the truth, and he's been consistent. he understands that the system is rigged, and he's the only one who can bring real change. i'm bernie sanders,